Erdogan Regime and the Traveling Terrorist Circus
According to Turkish Aydınlık Daily, Turkey’s newly-elected president, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan is planning to quash his domestic dissents by supporting Islamist mobs and exhorting them to carry-out attacks against religious and ethnic minorities such as Alawites and Kurds.
Since the beginning of the crisis in neighboring Syria, hate groups which adopt Wahhabi doctrine, committed violent attacks against minority groups, while Turkish government condones their activities in an attempt to stifle democracy in Turkey.
Turkey’s National Intelligence Organization (MİT) has been funding hardline Islamist groups in Kurdish –populated provinces in order to spread Wahhabi vicious teachings and weaken people’s solidarity with their fellow Syrian Kurds.
Erdoğan treacherously presented Kurds with a peace plan to secure his dreams of seizing Turkish presidency and gullible Kurds accepted his proposal but in the recent days as heavily outgunned Kobani’s Kurdish defenders are in need of urgent help, Turkish Kurds are facing with the bitter fact that it is Turkish government which trains and supports ISIS terrorists in Syrian and Iraq.
The Libyan government apparently wants to share its successful experience of overthrowing the Gaddafi regime with like-minded Syrians. It has sent 600 of its troops to support local militants against the Assad regime, according to media reports.
The fighters have joined the Free Syria Army, the militant group carrying out attacks on government forces in Syria, reports the Egyptian news website Al-Ray Al-Arabi citing its sources. The report says the troops entered Syria through Turkish territory.
The alleged incursion happened with the consent of the chairman of the Libyan National Transitional Council (NTC) Mustafa Abdul Jalil. The NTC allegedly welcomed volunteers to join the surge.
BY LEITH FADEL FEBRUARY 22, 2015
The Islamic State of Iraq and Al-Sham (ISIS) stormed the outskirts of the Deir Ezzor Military Airport, attempting to strike the eastern barricade from the farms adjacent to the facility.
However, the attack was repulsed by the Syrian Arab Army’s 104th Airborne Brigade of the Republican Guard (Harss Al-Jamhouri) after they confronted the agglomeration of ISIS fighters 400 meters from the military airport.
According to a military source, the ISIS contingent was comprised of only Libyan fighters; this was discovered after the battle, when the 104th Brigade cleared the field and collected the possessions of the ISIS casualties.
ISIS social media pages reported on 5 of the deaths and they posted a picture that included all of them:
Jihadists in charge of crowd control in Kiev protests
In Kiev, for more than a week, massive demonstrations are trying to force the government to go back on it’s decision not to sign the association agreement with the European Union.
In fact, Ukraine has been historically divided into two populations: in the West, the pro-European Union supporters, and in the East, the pro-Russians. It is on this division that the ’’orange revolution’’ had bloomed and that the protesters would like to revive.
Yet, the crowd control contingent at these protests is made up of a group of young Crimean Tatars.
They are members of the ’’Azatlyk’’ (freedom) movement led by young Naïl Nabiullin, and campaign for a Greater Turkey. They are backed by Trotskyist parties such as the Russian Left Front of Sergei Udaltsov, as well as the Turkish government of Recep Tayyip Erdoğan. They’ve just come back from Syria, through Turkey, where they had gone to practice jihad against the Syrian government. They seem to be behind the provocations that have led the Riot Police to commit excesses.
Khalid, who uses a pseudonym, leads the Islamic State’s underground branch in Istanbul. He came from Syria to help control the flood of volunteers arriving in Turkey from all over the world, wanting to join the global jihad. Now, he wanted to put me in touch with Rizvan, a “brother” fighting with Muslims in Ukraine.
The “brothers” are members of ISIS and other underground Islamic organizations, men who have abandoned their own countries and cities. Often using pseudonyms and fake identities, they are working and fighting in the Middle East, Africa and the Caucasus, slipping across borders without visas. Some are fighting to create a new Caliphate — heaven on earth. Others — like Chechens, Kurds and Dagestanis — say they are fighting for freedom, independence and self-determination. They are on every continent, and in almost every country, and now they are in Ukraine, too.
Ukraine is now becoming an important stop-off point for the brothers, like Rizvan. In Ukraine, you can buy a passport and a new identity. For $15,000, a fighter receives a new name and a legal document attesting to Ukrainian citizenship. Ukraine doesn’t belong to the European Union, but it’s an easy pathway for immigration to the West. Ukrainians have few difficulties obtaining visas to neighboring Poland, where they can work on construction sites and in restaurants, filling the gap left by the millions of Poles who have left in search of work in the United Kingdom and Germany.
You can also do business in Ukraine that’s not quite legal. You can earn easy money for the brothers fighting in the Caucasus, Syria and Afghanistan. You can “legally” acquire unregistered weapons to fight the Russian-backed separatists, and then export them by bribing corrupt Ukrainian customs officers.
“Our goal here is to get weapons, which will be sent to the Caucasus,” Rizvan, the brother who meets me first in Kiev, admits without hesitation.
I N THE 17th century, the area to the east of the Dnieper River was known as the “wilderness,” an ungoverned territory that attracted refugees, criminals and peasants — a place beyond the reach of the Russian empire. Today, this part of Ukraine plays a similar role, this time for Muslim brothers. In eastern Ukraine, the green flag of jihad flies over some of the private battalions’ bases. For many Muslims, like Rizvan, the war in Ukraine’s Donbass region is just the next stage in the fight against the Russian empire.
Photos: Tomasz Glowacki
The ‘Empire of Chaos’ actively sought the disintegration of Iraq, Syria and especially Libya. And now, leading the House of Saud, “our” bastard in charge King Salman is none other than the former, choice jihad recruiter for Abdul Rasul Sayyaf, the Afghan Salafist who was the brains behind both Osama bin Laden and alleged 9/11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammad.
This is classic ‘Empire of Chaos’ in motion (exceptionalists don’t do nation building, just nation splintering). And there will be plenty of nasty, nation-shattering sequels, from the Central Asian stans to Xinjiang in China, not to mention festering, Ukraine, a.k.a Nulandistan.
Parts of Af-Pak could well turn into a branch of ISIS/ISIL/Daesh right on the borders of Russia, India, China, and Iran. From an ‘Empire of Chaos’ perspective, this potential bloodbath in the “Eurasian Balkans” – to quote eminent Russophobe Dr. Zbig “Grand Chessboard” Brzezinski – is the famous “offer you can’t refuse.”
Damascus, (SANA) _ Foreign and Expatriates Ministry denounced as ‘reprehensible’ the ongoing Turkish authorities’ involvement in supporting the armed terrorist groups in Syria.
In two identical letters addressed to the UN Secretary-General and President of the United Nations Security Council, the ministry said the Turkish government continues, according to confirmed and documented reports, to offer training and logistical support to the armed terrorist groups.
The Turkish authorities are still providing terrorists with safe havens and facilitating the flow of terrorists and arms into Syria which, the letters said ”constitutes a flagrant violation of the international legitimacy resolutions, including the UNSC resolution No. 1373.”
The ministry cited several border crossings that the Turkish authorities are facilitating the passage of terrorists and arms through, including Bab al-Hawa, al-Fawz, Ein al-Bayda, Kherbet al-Jouz, al-Rihanieh, Ghazaleh, Tal al-Dahab and Atma.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Turkish National Intelligence Organization (MIT) officials have held a series of meetings with the ringleaders of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) in a Syrian border city to coordinate joint war operations against the Kurdish population.
“One of the paragraphs of the agreements pertains to the ethnic cleansing of Syria’s Kurdistan and displacement and massacre of the Kurdish people,” he added.
“Ankara is collaborating with the ISIL terrorists, calling on fellow Kurdish fighters to cross into Syria to defend the Kurdish city of Kobane near the border with Turkey,” Dursun Kalkan said.
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TRIPOLI- Libyan security sources have revealed that investigations with multi-national terrorists arrested in several Libyan areas uncovered that Turkey and Qatar are involved in supporting Daesh and al-Qaeda terrorist organizations in Syria and Iraq as well as other extremist groups like Ansar al-Sharia, and al-Qaeda-linked Libyan Combat Group operating in Libya.
Talking to the Libyan media, the security sources said that most of the arrested terrorists were from Tunisia, Algeria, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Yemen and Palestine besides others from Libya. They came to Libya across Turkey and were trained in some Libyan areas with Qatari funding as to be sent later to Syria and Iraq to fight along with the terrorist groups there.
Four years ago, the Western intervention in Libya through NATO strikes destroyed the country and caused the rise of many extremist terrorist groups which aimed to divide Libya, steal its resources and make it a base for sending terrorists to Syria and Iraq.
Since the advent of the Syrian Conflict in March 2011, the Turkish Government has played a proactive role in destabilizing Syria with its deregulation of border security and through channels of military intelligence provided to militants fighting in the country. In fact, the large presence of opposition fighters in northern Syria is a direct result of the Turkish Government’s political agenda. Turkish President, Recep Erdogan, was one of the most outspoken critics of Dr. Bashar Al-Assad, going as far as chastising the Syrian President and issuing public statements of condemnation for the Syrian Government. Perhaps, President Erdogan’s role as the Middle East “peacekeeper” has allowed him to form relationships with extremist groups like the Muslim Brotherhood and Al-Qaeda. However, all of these relationships have a strikingly odd and antithetical predicament with one another: Erdogan maintains regular correspondence with the groups and countries that oppose them – except for Syria, Iran, Lebanon, and Iraq.
ISIS’ biggest supporter is the Turkish Government and they are not afraid to hide their support. The Turkish Government has stated that it will not comply with the request by the U.S. Government to allow NATO airstrikes to be conducted from their airbases. Furthermore, during a meeting in Jeddeh, Saudi Arabia, the Turkish Government refused to sign a joint declaration to combat ISIS inside their territory, stating that they will take a “passive” approach to deal with terrorism. Turkey has not been a victim of ISIS terrorism; however, their neighbors in Syria and Iraq are committed to an all-out war against the ISIS militants that Erdogan supports.
ISIS itself remains a foreign concept to those around the world: how can a group so large, manifest inside countries with the most vigilant and prudent intelligence agencies? This remains inexplicable.
The train-and-equip program for Syrian opposition militants will start on March 1 in Turkey, the Turkish Foreign Ministry confirmed on Friday.
During his weekly address to the press, Turkish Foreign Ministry spokesman Tanju Bilgic said the program “will start on March 1.”
“I cannot give further details about the program,” Bilgic added
Poland, the eager American servant that it has been, has now officially taken on the role of the ‘Slavic Turkey’ in relation to Ukraine. Just as Turkey has been a geopolitically convenient conduit for arms, personnel, and material support for the Syrian terrorists, so too has Poland begun to officially fulfill this role for their Ukrainian counterparts.